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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 28 September 1935

jympwiiMW& e i H ? k 'r&f . 1 it". ?l;i5 TECH MASTODONS EKE OUT 9 Cowhands Gamely Resist Red Wave But Fail In End Raiders Content They Did Not Lose; Still Boast Meager Victory Struggle Even 'Til Half Kimbrough's Eleven Carries Struggle To Enemy Backyard A heavy herd of Scarlet Mastodons swept down from the caprock of West Texas to an expected slaughter but in the end barely managed to escape with their doubious reputation. Eight thousand Homecoming Haptists saw a game little handful of Cowhands far outweighed and outnumbered resist bravely for sixty minutes in a vain attempt to corral the greatest pact of gridiron brutes ever to invade these fertile valley lands. Stunned by the surprising force from a bitter stand in a quarter least expected the raiding pachyderms crawled trumpeting home licking o'er their wounds and boasting another meager victory spoil. And content they were indeed that they had es- caped without leaving behind the bones of very many comrades to bleach and...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 28 September 1935

r" Pag Wmu THE HARDIN-8IMMON8 BRAND - n Fine Arts Dean To Appear In Recital (Continued from page one) Julius N. Olson Mr. and Mrs. George S. Anderson Mrs. Nora Levy Dr. and Mrs. R. N. Richardson Miss A. M. Carpenter and Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Compere. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Marlon B McClurc Chnrlotto Collins Wanda Mao Clements Jane Longmoor and Minnio Fay McQuary. Tho next faculty recital will be given Monday evening by Lola Gibson Dcaton head of tho voice department of Hnrdln-Slmmons university. COWGIRLS LAUNCH CAMPUS ACTIVITIES (Continued from page one) mye Boren Memphis' Ituby Leo Strin- ger Memphis; Estcll Hancock Roch- ester; Mary Lou House Rotan; Cor- delia Smith Rotan; Laurio Jlnrdy Abilene; Annie Laurie Roscnquest Eastland; Inez Morris Fayc Morri- son Violet Barley Flo Caldwell Norma Sue Tippen Joy Pender Helen Grace Williams Pauline Dillingham Gcrnldino Holmes Jane Gulnn. Freshmen guests at tho ten were: Lois Lcfevcr Henrietta; Bessy Recce El Paso; Ouida Dobbins Spur;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 5 October 1935

llPfff Lra W-X -. ''T' ''-- " );'3:-rfip-4vrF 71 ' V;1 -'"'4- sv v.rTti;- y-: !"$' -T-' .j3B? . n - - o V W.'-f ' . ? -J GUARANTEED:'91 Circulation of any University Weekly in We Texas NEWS TIPS: . . Campus Comment Pafe 2 It. Eds Qame itngS 1 Church Social Page 1 Queen's lace .Page 1 J VOL. 20 V HARDIN-8IMMON8 UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 5 1935 No. 4 COWBOYS SET FOR TUSSLE WITH TIGERS TONITE ' " IPI? Bran 0 '; !u " ?' y l -. Kfefo n': -" I -if1 .vi. A ?.; 'j Ikd'AS1 .. 1 at.' &' I ptl B- t immB kmmmmU tmmm mTl j .inlNfr-! It looks liko a good week. Marmnduko McAdoo tho elongated boy who would liko to do some trif- ling on Clara decided along in tho summer that his manly powers were wasting so he dropped his hoe and) strodo into the prcsenco of Miss Kntheryn Schultz and demanded at- tention. Miss Schultz was all smiles and apologies still is in fact but she used tho old gas of n steady or some- thing quite effectively. The duke is still trying nnd failing. When it comes to s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 5 October 1935

j-y "H$il"' V r"v. -?s ' r&'s. - -f i M. l itf '. ?3 7 faeTw THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND -. i V j " zfimsm ? -. T'jMHr '" T f ' W" w - 3 EST' ! ? b ?t J ?$ VT (. trs . r ;VM $. u ' .13 JVJSr 1 ii. rw; k-rrfTf - V. T lr Brand A weekly college newspaper published evory Saturday during the school year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Slmmons University. Entered as second class mail matter June 22 1917 nt the Postoffico at Abilene Texas under net of March 3 1912. CURRENT CAMPUS COMMENT- . Subscription Price per year . . . .$2.00 Editorial Office; First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r B7B1 GAINES SHULTS Editor-in-ChicI D. P. McGARTY Jr Business Manager MACK MACIIEN Issue Editor For I was envious at tho foolish when I saw the prosperity of tho wicked. Psalm 73:3. SPORTS Intramural council members are put under pres- sure as they confront tho first problem of tho year. The que...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 5 October 1935

mi. . - VfflJ ;j-. j " 4- " er t. -t. j- IjfWXV THE HAROIN.SIHMONS BRAND BEARS HAND COWMEN SECOND DEFEAT Russell Leads And Directs Attack On Kimbrough's Sauad Shifty Back Runs 64 Yards For Initial Tally In First Period Cowmen Outgain Bears Ranchers Stop Slashing Ace In Second Half; Tyler Is Injured Lloyd Russell fleet ICO-pound quar- terback supplied tlie needed impetus to n foible Baylor attack last Sat- urday night in Waco and tho Bears administered Hardin-Simmons Ranch- era their second defeat of the season 14 to 0. Taking tho ball on Baylor's second down from scrimmage in the first quarter tho "ghost-like" signal caller twisted and squirmed his way 04 yards through tho Cowhand sec- ondary for tho Bears' first touchdown. Gcrnand added the extra point. Tho second Baylor tally came near middle of the second period when Gcr- tnand standing on the H-SU 10 pass- ed to Wray who fell on tho voal line. Gernand again added thejoint. First downs were 0 to 8 in favor of tho Bears. During th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 5 October 1935

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 12 October 1935

Maw. r-n.-.sF!rB " i "y rJTW ' - PV v v c . V ' " .Jl. l 1.A . a F"" U . BT U at " GUARANTEED:??.. Circulation of any University Weekly in' West Texas NEWS TIPSs Morning Side Game . NYA Aid Now Dean .page 8 ..page 1 .page 1 .page 2 Campus Comment ! VOL.20 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 12 1933 No. 5 1 r" fyx&&aBW&hi&fM&bJiLZ.J 8Th p rano r' '" 0 $L rv:f -e f V v ft V 4 c .A W. C it . wr. iROhJ -i Good morning each and all I Old ones nnd now ones rubbed el- bows last Friday night ns the Cow- boys trounced St. Edwards like they have been needing trouncing for sev- eral years. Slime Brings reverted to type one day last week and was some sixty- odd feet up the university flag pole before the ever watchful cop spotted him. The rag he was carrying was not a saddle blanket cither. His ef- forts may have been for naught but perhaps others will take up where he left off. Cop says that if he had some sin- ister deed to perform ho would do it about five o'c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 12 October 1935

;4iV'rvv-sv Bfl ' - .r l&.n.r 'lt- - -rJ. ii u? r5r w. -u -- ' i " - " - " - 'v " j ' . vw tjt-'rs.iiTT ?-; '' && i ' . l ' . -I" Y -!-?. ; i ; . . ff . '.J'"- A - . li-i'vv' vS' . - x -" : im i - THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND K.WT1"' '"' "-mt if V. fWtSv ' I " Cr aW ii$ r i1 - . I" -4 Wt mr' v V.J JV : '.:: !. "''' te'v Itt .Braid A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by the Hardin-Slmmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Slm-moM University. Entered as second class mall matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under net of March 3 1012. Subscription Prico per yenr $2.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilcno Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 5751 GAINES SHULTS Editor-in-Chief D. P. McOARTY Jr Business Manager MACK MACHEN Issuo Editor For this issue : Burton Shclton Ccarley Kinard Si Addinpton Sarah Elizabeth Cox Mack Mnchcn Cleddie Hall Gnithcr Lieb W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 12 October 1935

r'ipm m mMW&t -V A. 7- K ir?m Vf . 1 V'' '' JC l . . . ." . 0KI . r f v; . a. ul t - I". t J ' A ' 1 THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND Tmtit( . $ Kv ' f if !''- ' v.. " ... H - fc t v ir w . . -- ' f fe' f 23 hard West Txaa tonight as Hardin limmons "rode the leather" to victory in thia stockyards town in - lti first intersectional- gridiron clash 32 to 0 over the Morning- side Maroons. Exhibiting versatile and classy for- mation and Hignal calling the Cow- boyg attack after the opening frame repeatedly won the praise of this In- dian city's fans with a brilliant dis- play of passes laterals linebucks and broken field jaunts. The Ranchers scored 7 of their 32 points in the - first half but thereafter they ran wild to "hog-tie" the Maroonjt for their most decisive defeat this season. Twico in the opening quarter Morn- irfgslde got the ball in scoring dis- tance once by recovering a Cowboy fumble and again shortly afterward on a bad punt but each time the in- vaders' impregnable defense he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 12 October 1935

Wfmtw-v'"r --" 'm9eftz-&v& ' "4 SjTO 'J! v. V'.' u ' -. .' f: Pat Fmt THE HARDltf-SIMMONS BRAND tr is M f' k ( t i M- '"'-. la . & WJ uf L; . rvT I J 3. F&v . v mi1 I ... . . Former Students WedlnAspermont Celestial Brannen and Paul Davis To Make Home In Oklahoma Celestial Brannen daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Brannen of Asper- mont was married io Paul Davis of Dalhart Sunday morning" at 8 o'clock in the First Baptist church of Aspor- mont. The double ring: ceremony was read by Rev. J. D. Brannen missionary of Abilene district before an nltnr of white flowers and an altar arch of roses and ferns. The bride wore a gown of white satin and carried a bouquet of white roses. She wore her mother's pearls and a silver bracelet which hns been in the family over 300 years. The bride's attendants were her sisters MisBCs Ernestine Llla Mae and Iva Ella who served as maid of honor bridesmaid and junior brides maid respectively. Fred James of Goodnight served as best man for Mr....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 19 October 1935

rti rand GUARANTEED: . Circulation of any University Weekly in West Texas NEWS TIPS: -Donation Page 1 . Page 3 . Pago 1 Page 2 Fish Game Dronco Beauty Campus Comment VOL.20 HARDIN-SIMMON8 UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 19 1935 No. 6 U It- .- I I v- I I. I- 4 fr -fcV ttd P. lv trG. WAK H-S. U. It at least don't seem the same. The ominous rumbling that has echoed over the campus the past few days was the death groans of ono of the few remaining traditions. Slime caps are no more. Freshmen are raised to the level of humans. It is a pitiable condition much like the Ethiopian fracas. Ralph Stevenson announces a fun- eral to be held on the campus early next week. He says we will bury all the dead traditions and throw the freshman class in Just for good meas- ure. Doc Atkinson is to be in charge. The newly acquired slime prexy is expected to lead tho procession into the tomb for ho is truly the deadest of the lot or maybe it is just more noticeable. Complaint after complaint comes in wor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 19 October 1935

kfTjWt! ft r" i ' V THE IIARDIN-SIMM0N8 BRAND ii r h k ft i K l r i?. iv lv .1 M ft Lv- '- ? I' ' ; Pt f lv ? tN- .v I f at1 4 L5A. SOS - Up .Brand A weakly college newspaper published every Saturday dvrhMT )' school year by the Hardin-Simmons Press CMs hi the interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Slm-RMH University. Entered as second class mall matter Juno 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1012. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abileno Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 5751 GAINES SHULTS Editor-in-Chief D. P. McCARTY Jr Business Manager MACK MACHEN Issuo Editor For this issue : Burton Shclton Ccnrlcy Kinard hi Addington Harah .Elizabeth Cox Mack Mnehen Cleddie Hall Gaithcr Lieb Whayno Petty S. J. White J. Greenberry Morrow Fay Morrison Tom Canon R. I. Collier Carson Jordan Hoyt West Willard Foster J. R. McGraw. " . . . . the same eomarith thou to faithful men who shall ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 19 October 1935

(r n " 9r WT" (- yv THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND HOWARD PAYNE FISH DOWN LOCAL SLIMES Last Minute Pass Breaks Deadlock; Yearlings Sink 12-6 Headstream Runs 35 Yards For Solitary Rancher Counter Sport Slants Cowboys Score First Exchange of Punts Gives Visitors First Chance Late In Third The completion of a long pass in tho last 20 seconds of play enabled the Howard Payne freshmen grldstcrs to odgo out n 12-0 victory over tho Year- ling eleven Thursday night. With the score 0-0 Brandon Yel- low Jacket quarter pnssed from his 40 yard lino to Armstrong on the Cowboys' 45 who then led tho field to the 4 yard strip where ho was downed by Rcid Cowboy safety. Pul- 11am plunged lino for tho winning .touchdown. The locals scored early in the game when Headstream Cowboy back go- ing through tho center of tho line made n beautiful run of 35 yards to cross the goal. Hendricks failed the try for point. The Howard Payne eleven did not score until late in the third period at which time Brandon with tho ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 19 October 1935

lt&r t-I' - o Paf F THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND -jm? T(jii(jj.i9(v ' $rn yftr? V" Dr. Olsen Presents Issue Of First Ethiopian Coin Dr. Julius Olsen head of the Hardin-Slmmons university physics de- partment has in his possession a coin which conies direct from Ethopia and is one of the first silver issue printed in that country. Dr. Olsen was given the coin thirty- one years ago by a man who was one of a party of three that was sent up the Bluo Nile by James Gordon Ben- nett. These three were tho first white men ever to set foot on this territory and had fifty natives in their party. The coin was given to Dr. Olsen while he was attending the Univer- sity of Berlin in Germany. He added it to his collection of raro and foreign coins and had thought little of it un- til the outbreak of hostilities in Ethiopia. Tho coin bears an imprint of tho Conquering Lion of Judah on one side. Tho Hon wears a crown on which is stamped an impression of a cross and carries a staff on which is another...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 26 October 1935

.1 AT kv' Thp It GUARANTEED:8. Circulation of any University Weekly in West Texas NEWS TIPS:- S. M. U. "Gamo Halloween Party . Beauty Race Campus Comment . Page 1 Page 1 Page 1 Page 2 VOL. 20 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE- TEXAS OCTOBER 26 1935 No. 7 COWBOYS TANGLE WITH MUSTANGS TONIGHT J 'l Brand r f r I If I A -- i i K tudonte Cowboy Corral To Be Scene Of Annual Hallow'n Carnival Classes Control Amusement For Affair; Band Is Featured Miss Head Supervises Home Economics Group Will Furnish Refreshments For Visitors Students of Hardin-Simmons will receive the visit of goblins and spooks at the nnnual Halloween party to be held In the Cowboy corral Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the initial all-university social of the year. A carnival party has been planned with each class supplying stunts and booths. The social will be under the general direction of Elton Murphy student president and W. I. Fox vice-president of the student body. Miss Mary E. Head dean of women will supervise...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 26 October 1935

RBSfM"''' THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND ; I Sm fr '7 ' If C ht i ip'1 i i X Ih v '!' r.W ft'. -V". 7. A Waafcly eellece newspaper published every Saturday dwriafftto aeheol year by the Hardin-Slmmons Press CM hi 41m interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Sim-mm Uatvenity. Bwiored as second class mall matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffiee at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 5761 GAINES SHULTS Editor-in-Chief D. F. McOARTY Jr Business Manager MACK MACIIEN Issue Editor For this issue : Burton Shelton Ccarloy Kinard Si Addington Sarah Elizabeth Cox Mack Machen Cleddie Hall Gaither Lieb Whayne Petty S. J. "White J. Qreenberry Morrow Fay Morrison Tom Canon R. I. Collier Carson Jordan Hoyt West Willnrd Foster J. R. McGraw. CURRENT "CAMPUS COMMENT Wine is a mocker strong drink a brawler; and whosoever errcth thereby is not wjse. Pro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 26 October 1935

-"vjv fix y r v : . m THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND i -' ; COWBOYS PLAY Ranchers Strive To Rise Above 500 Slot In S.M.U. Fray Win Would Be Biggest Upset On Southwest Books This Week Next Game Is At Home Five More Games Remain On H-S. U. Schedule; Sul Ross Next With a batting nverngc of .500 for four games played Coach Frank Kimbrough's Cowhands today attempt to Improve upon this percentage when they go against tho S. M. U. Mus- tangs tho south's leading unbeaten nnd untied eleven on Coyoto field Wichita Falls at 8 o'clock. Although the Cowhads are famous as a club that plays "Sunday" football all tho way against tho "big-timers" tho Mustangs nro favored In many cir- cles to win by a decisive margin. After dropping tho two opening games of tho season by rnther close margins Coach Kimbrough's boys have como storming back to take the last two by comfortable margins. The night of Scptcmer 20 just 10 days after the Ranchers reported fofr prnctice they met Texas Tech's Red Raiders on the homo ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 26 October 1935

.. u r Ftg FMf TnE IIARDIN-8IMMON8 BRAND AMUyEMENTy Sparkling with bright dialogue up- roarious comedy and breexy perfor- mances by its stars "Hands Across th Table '"which is the current at traction at the Paramount is a delec- table bit of sprightly nonsense you 'shouldn't miss. The story centers around the determination and efforts of Carole Lombard beautiful mani- curist and Fred MacMurray hand- some but broko playboy to marry into plenty of money. Not thinking of love the two find themselves in real trouble when they fall for each other. The capable cast also includes Ralph Bellamy Astrld Alwyn and Mario Prevost With a special midnight prevuo Sat- urday night at 11:30 Metro-Goldwyn- Mayer's show of shows "Tho Broad- way Melody of 1930" comes to the Paramount for a three-day engage- ment starting Sunday. Tho picture introduces a largo cast of old and new favorites including Jack Benny radio entertainer; Eleanor Powell Hollywood's newest dancing-singing-acting sensation; Robert T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 1 November 1935

(V - TEXAS' FOREMOST COLLEGE WEEKLY NEWS TIPS: 1. Sul Ross gnmo 2. Halloween social 3. S. M. U. game Page 1 Page 1 Pago 3 VOL. 20 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 1 1935 No. 8 COWBOYS MEET SUL ROSS L0B0S TONIGHT '"Wff'Wv t)P Brand "r &iti SSyiT- So ou see you neter can tell 1 What with the special train making it to Wichita and hack without even one mishap or mistep Annie Laurie marrying Milton McKcnzic all of a sudden and the itolerablc Dickinson running through n barb wire fence it has been just nbout nil the old school can stand. In regard to the epic which ap- peared in the "Brand" last week let it be said there is no truth in it or near it. It is all the dream of an idiot or idiots told with a strange gibbering unfamiliar to educated man. Them of you as know nothing of it is the lucky ones. Hardosty pulled in his prile and his neck long enough to escort Mopes the Issel of the special nt least once and he was far from the appearance of an unhnppy man. It woul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 1 November 1935

in ".. rl' I' &': f lftA I Sit s y. SK" "i r i- Ft ; vfV i t-ifr.-' iw .?" -'; fmf Tw CtP .Brnnfl A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday daring the school year by the Hardln-Slmmons Press Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Hnrdin-Sim-mons University. Entered as second class mail matter Juno 22 1917 nt the Postoffico at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hull 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 6751 GAINES SIIULTS Editor-in-Chief D. P. McCAltTY Jr Business Manager MACK MACI1EN Issue Editor For this issue : Burton Shelton Ccarloy Kinard Si Addiugton Sarah Elizabeth Cox Mack Machcn Clcddie Hall Gaither Lieb Whayue Petty S. J. White J. Greenbcrry Morrow Fay Morrison Tom Canon It. I. Collier Carson Jordan Iloyt "West Willard Foster J. R. McGraw. Wine is a mocker strong drink whosoever crroth thereby is not 20:1. AN APPRECIATION. The "Wichita...

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